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A. S. P. DAVIS. . 7 '. : it o r WEDNESDAT lUlsE 'M Eastern advertising Agent Xin-ZM Tem ple Court Building, New York Tiiy, K. Kratz, agent. The McKinlay Wave. Andereoo, Ind., ,7 une '.) T:.o Na tional Tin Pla:.- Company u.ify posted notice f,r a shut down ou Thursday inorr i, a -tin act fi-i the readjusrnti't i.r ,. wae .-. in. Atthesanin tiiuu a!l ue imit-d tin plate factories in me country will close- The conferences of rrnii.ufact urers and workmen wage committes will be held in Pittsburg next Satur day. The TJt.ion Window Glass Factories are preparing to cl. se dowu Wedrips day for a readjustment of the wa&e scale On account of the factional fight between the blowers and '.hir ers on one fide and the cutters and flatteners oj the other, hoiuo delay in the settlement is anticipated AmoDR the union flint i.ottle manu faclurers there wlil be no shut down, aa usual. The union men will sacti flce their vacation in order to fiht th non-uuion plants which do not close. Tbe window glass shut down will cause 15,000 men to lie idle, w hile th- tin plate closing lays off about 12,000 men. The Indianapolis Journal says: "It is not an uncommon thing to bear a man say of some favorite article of food that he never had enough of it. John Southwick, an Illinois man, felt that way about strawberry shortcake, and the fruit being cheap this year he resolved to gratify himself. To that end he procured five quarts of straw berries, made an immenfe cuke with his own hands, epreud the teiries over it, ate it all and died. The account of the affair ascribes the un foitunate result to the quantity of ber ries, but it must not be forgotten that he made the pastry himself." Ihe eame paper is far from a dreamy state when it "asserts that plenty of people will be ready to testify that if the fruit came in rive "quait" boxes there were uot enough of them to kill any man. They have a "Clan" McLaurin in Mississippi which is a hard formation to throw down politically. One is the Governor of the State and he has seven brothers and they may be said to be strictly in it. A. J. ij an ex United States Senator and is now Governor; H.J. is a State Seoator; R. S. is District Attorney for nice counties. W. K. is Circuit Jude in the Vicksburg district; Walter is Warden of the State pruou. The other three have been in office and ex pect to be again . At the Princess of Wales' dinner to the poor, beer was served, and now a howl is going up from every pulpit in Christendom. Whenever a dinner is given to the upper ten, wine is served and no rash comments are made. The poor man should be as much eu -titled to his beer as the rich is to his champagne. Bee This is the way the Times Review reports a horse race : A race between a couple of nags led quite a crowd to the top of the Silver Prize ridge last evening. The "yaller boss" owned by a stranger, proved to be to speedy for the inky hued local steed. And our home taleut got twenty dollars worth of the "rinky dink." A contemporary rites the old boyish story of the merchant who found a ten-dollar gold piece, paid a t-n dollar debt with it, which in turn paid a dozen other debts and then came back into the merchant's hands, who on taking it to the bank found it was counterfeit, and asks us if those debts were paid. This seems to baa hard nut to crack. If all bauds in the transaction are satisfied the debts may be considered square. Mark Twain has wisely declined the fund started by the New York papers for his relief. He Bays that he is phy Bically and mentally able to work ard declines to be an object of charitv. That shrinking, timid creature, the ex-mistress of lawyer Delma. and BaroDess Van Turkheim, is back in San Francisco, gettiog full length pictures of herself and putting iu col umns of talk in order to convince the reporters that she doesn't couit toter-iety- She is cousiderud quite a warm article by the interviewers. The List move on the part of the Turks is to secure Theasaly with the support of Germany but the other nation have filed a protest. A rich strike is reported on Minora1 Hill about three or four miles from Buckeye. Mrs H-i dereon of E ko, hii1 Mr?. Urown of ('Iiichijo, sen visiting W;mlM( llHtrleron and f;urr.ly. The one is Mr. H nd-raoi!- mother and the s-f.-nd his lister. Both ladies will remain ;i'o.it a week. TO WHO -vi IT MAY COOCERN : Sta:e Land ( lli-e. Carson City, Nevada, ; .lime 4, is7: Notice is hereby given i tluit f s;;iii .f V..--...1., i. ... i of .J une Hi, ism), has tiled in the United , States Land Oilire at Cats in City. Neva - !. la, list N. 2(e .f lands selected under A' f -T'd luis applied for a patent for .-vuu lands unit a pan of said list is onentothei.nUi,. f.1P !...,:.. .,., ((lliv thereof. lv ions has been posted in a convenient place in said I'nited States Land Office for the inspection of all persons inter ested and the public generally. Within the next sixty days following the date of this notice, protests or con tests against the claim of said State of Nevada to any tract or sub-division de scribed in the list, on the ground that the same is more valuable for mineral than agricultural purposes, will be received mi mini purposes, win oe received ! n .ted l.y the Register and Receiver .eU.S. Land Otlice at Carson City'1 and of the Nevada, for report to the (Jciieral Land Office at Washington, 1). '. The following are the sul)-di visions described, to-wit: W. A of S. W. Sec. iM, Tws 16. N. K. 10. K. so acres. A. C. I'ltATT, State Land Register of the State of Nevada. .June 2(5, date of tirst insertion. PROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES Sealed proposals for furnishing grocer ies, meat and wood, delivered at the State ' Orphans' Home, for six months from ! July 1st, 18H7, will be received up to 2 p. j M.June 22, 18l7. All articles to be first! class of their kind, and to lie delivered in I siu li quantity and at such time as the Superintendent may direct: quantity ! varying each month as required. All articles not being satisfactory to be re turned at contractors expense. Rids to : be directed to the Secretary of the State' Orphans' Home. CARSON CITY, XE-I VA DA. up to June 22th. IS'.tT I The Roard reserves the right to reject any and all bids. j II . C. Ct'Tl'lNU, j Secretary of Board of Directors. ' MEYER & SANGER. The Sacramemto Saloon o o o o . 0 Liquor, Cigars: . The very best'stock always on band. Free func-h every day. THE SNUG Now open for thirsty People If You want Roliahle liquors Come in. ROBERT WIGGINS, Prop." jnl Cream Cheese. Dongla County Cream Clieese is XJnsm-passed by Any Clieese now in tlie larket. pATRONlZE HOME INDUSTRY YOEI, Gardnerville, Nev. junlC BLACKSMITH ING H ()!((( 1! ((((( '( f( K Wairon and Carriage Work in Proportion. Satisfaction Guaranteed First Mhop South of Freight Oepo CAGWIN NOTE WARE B .oks, Newspapcit Stationary, Music Mouldings. Shades, Cutlery Art Goods, Fishing Tackle, And Ammunitnu, Picture Frames MvJe to Order. New Goods Keceiveid Every Day d8 -suojsbq joj papo eqs pimo bom. eqs uaxifa "vH"eO JH oa3 ojg skm. afa uaqjj BRIGGS HOUSE ImHE MODEL HOTEL Of Carson The Place to ge a Square MokI One j that Will cause you to come again. i Our table cannot be excelled in the State. xt . . . . . ! i,w eei complains OI our I L,-(lu,rS or of our Cigars. Nothing can keep you awake after you once strike our beds GILBERT BRIGGS PROPRIETOR. nlO & Nevada W & 1 T P k P 1 1 VIM P " AL1 LK H C, U 1 L Proprietor jeCext door to Walsh & Wylies. Beef, Pork, Veal Lamb and Mutton. Fish and Game in Sea son, None but the best Handled. Orders, delivered prompt! r. Fn-e delivery CAFE ROYAL v Hi do run in all re spects as a Urat-clasi Restaurant. Open day and teal Tickets niy;lit. of 21 Prop. i meals ; IMrs. ; apl 20 Sharp, CARSON,? NEV. JK L E I N m Weber s Nothing But Pure Hops Used Beer for Home Consumption None Better in the Market BULLION & EXCHANGE BANK CARSON CITY, NEVADA Capital, Fully Paid up... $100,000 Directors Jhcod Klein, Evan Williama, H. M. Gorham.Cha lee E. Mack, Richard Klnnan, J. B. Overton, Alfred Ohartz. JACOB KLEIN President EVAN WILLIAMS.... Vice Presiden RICHARD Cashier PETERS Assistant Cashier I ransacting a general Banking Busi ntNs. Deposits received. Buy and sell? Exchange on 'he principal cities of the United States an.l Europe. Collection receive prompt attention. Mining htocks bought and sold. Bullion and Quicksilver bought and sold. Current accounts solic ited with Individuals, Firms, Companies, Banks and Bankers 4 per cent interest paid on time deposits. J. LEONHAiDT, hUCCESSOHS TO A. V. MULLER & CO. :o:- MEAT for the MASSES Beef, Mutton, Pork, Veal, Sausage. Etc, Etc. Main Street, Opposite tiie Bullion Bank. CARSON BUG CO Suit the Hard Times W.D.COTTRELL&GG iHuccosMii ( J. I. Turi-f j moii.i BLACKSMITHS 0 FIRST -CLASS - Wagon ind-Carriage-Biiiids rs - EXPERIENCED HORSE - and - MULE .SHOERS -UNEGUALED- CARRIAGE: PAINTING Satisfaction '1 afantaa j in At Departments. 3-10-96 UP TO DAT Is :i jood motto. We live today. This day demands thebest ut all tilings. My groceries are choice and fresli. All my linos are up-to-date. My clerks are courteous and careful. Their instructions are to give every buyer full value for hi money, and such treatment that he will come again LESLIE BELL I CARSON P. A. WAGNER DELEli IN Groceries Provisions, V5i Steves Tinware, Iroa. Steal Nails, Grooker, Rj33, T-ib? Ammunit d. Pistols, Cutlery, Window1 Glass, Powder, Mill an Mining Goo Is Etc. Etc. Tin and Plumbing Shop. G-eoige G-ilscn, SEEDS 2s. AT THE THAXTER DRUG STORE. Ice Cream Soda - - Ice Cream Soda. Prescriptions Componcded Night or Day THE KEELEY INSTITUTE OAESON CITY, NEVADA. Posesfing the Sole and Exclusive Right to Sell and Administer in 'he Stae Nevada the Worla Renowned Double Chloride of Gold Remedies, scovereJ w , patented only by DR. LESLIE E. KEELEY, of Dwiht, Illinois.' ,r the cure ol LIQUOR, MORPHINE, OPIUM AND TOBACCO F A BITS AND NEURASTHENIA. Mere than 130,000 have been cured in tl United States DR. S. L. LEE, Medical Director, will personally Condi t the treatment HON. EVAN WILLIAMS ' W.C.WATSON "resident. Treasurer and Business Manser- O For terms and other information address o THE KEELEY INSTITUTE P. O- Drawer 609- Ca -sen City, Nevada PETERSEN & SPRINGMEYFU Successors to P. H. PETERSEN at the Old Sacramento Hay We Deal Exclusively in First-Class Hay, Barley, Oats Wheat, and Bras All Kinds o! Feed. 8? IceCream SodaWater WITH CRUSHED FRUITS AND PURE FRUIT JUICES. R J. STEIN METZ DRUGGIST AND SEEDSMAN OPPOSITE THE POSTOFFIOEJ Dr J. W. FOX ! PHYSICIAN SURGEON SPECIALTIS'I Diseases of Women a Specialty, Office at Residence .near Main Streei Carson City, Nevaaa pRED JJHARTZ. ATTOUNEY-Al-LAW VAJO . . - NEVADA Hardware, Wines, Liquors Cigars, jr2l rrt Prices to q6.